Take Your Hygge Game Up a Notch with This Gear
What you need for next-level winter coziness
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Duluth Trading Company Woolpaca Shawl Collar Cardigan ($170)
Nothing wears finer than a Mr. Rogers sweater. This one delivers an impressive amount of warmth.
California Cowboy High Sierra Shirt ($148)
With its soft modal lining, classic plaid print, and comfy fit, this versatile shirt comes with a winning extra: a low-back pocket designed to carry a beer bottle.
Talisker 18-Year-Old ($180)
This scotch lives in a cask for 18 years, developing a complex yet balanced smokiness and subtle sweetness.
Glerups Slip-On Slippers ($95)
Burying your feet in heavily insulated slippers is a recipe for sweat. These slip-ons offer woolly warmth and are breathable enough to avoid overheating.
Fjällräven Greenland Down Liner Vest ($190)
The timeless styling of this lightly insulated vest matches everything in our closet and feels right at home in a five-star lodge or rustic hut. Bonus: it’s made from recycled polyester and ethically sourced down.
L.L.Bean Ragg Wool Gloves ($40)
Don’t let the rugged deerskin-leather palms trick you into thinking these gloves are all business. They’re primarily made of soft wool yarn, and once you’ve finished shoveling the driveway, you’ll want to keep them on for an afternoon walk.
Citizenry Sheepskin Throw ($95)
This thick sheep fur feels so good on your skin that you’ll have trouble getting up.
Faribault Cabin Wool Blanket ($200)
This classic is made from 100 percent merino, and it’s just the right size to invite impromptu snuggles by the fire.
High Camp Firelight 375 Flask ($95)
Most flasks have ridiculously narrow openings. Not the insulated Firelight 375. Its wide mouth makes it easy to fill and it closes with a no-spill cap. The included stainless-steel tumbler magnetically attaches to the flask for easy transport.